VCS 6.1 – How to view or delete VCS alerts using haalert?

vcs-how-toThe haalert command line utility enables users to view and delete VCS alerts.
Example output of -display:
     # haalert -display
     Alert ID           Gurkul-C10-app_grp
     Time               Tue 14 Oct 2003 06:04:33 PM PDT
     Cluster                    C10
     Group                                      app_grp
     ALERT[Gurkul-C10-app_grp] Global group app_grp is unable to fail over within cluster C10 and ClusterFailOverPolicy is setto Manual. Administrative action is required.
Example output of -list:
     # haalert -list
     Oct 2013 06:04:33 PM PDT Gurkul-C10-app_grp
Example output of -delete:
# haalert -delete Gurkul-C10-app_grp -notes “Administrative action taken”
# tail /var/VRTSvcs/log/engine_A.log
2013/10/14 18:04:33 VCS ERROR V-16-5-51074 ALERT[Gurkul-C10-app_grp]
Global group app_grp is unable to fail over within cluster C10 and ClusterFailOverPolicy is set to Manual. Administrative action      is required.
2013/10/14 18:05:53 VCS NOTICE V-16-5-51026 ALERT[Gurkul-C10-app_grp]  was deleted by user root on local cluster. Refer to the next log  message for     the reason
2014/01/14 18:05:53 VCS NOTICE V-16-5-51022 User’s Reason: Administrative action taken
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  1. September 18, 2015

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